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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: DEVELOPMENT
The purpose of this contribution is to consider what the significance of the new discussion taking place around humanism is for the ways in ...
2018 Linking knowledge innovation and development in South Africa: national policies and regional variances
The relationship between knowledge and development has been firmly established by scholars in the global literature. From concepts such as t...
2017 City-campus-region: universities, economic development and city building with special reference to Fort Hare and Buffalo city
Although questions of who has access to higher education are important, it is also crucial to start to rethink the role of universities as s...
Stark spatial divides have persisted post-Apartheid, despite government efforts to undo the damage of the past by creating a unified, nation...